Converting a previously face-to-face course to remote instruction will require appropriately adjusting your syllabus. You should communicate with your students immediately and continuously to let them know what is expected going forward. FIU has the resources in place to assist with modifying your course delivery method. Resources are available at canvas.fiu.edu/coronavirus.
Now is the time for all faculty to work with online resources and professional support available at FIU so as to meet the teaching and learning needs of students. Effective remote learning assignments, technological tools, Canvas, Zoom, etc., are available to all faculty.
Course continuity resources
A multi-disciplinary team – FIU Online, Media Technology Services, and Center for the Advancement of Teaching – are working seamlessly to help those who need and/or want additional support in utilizing the technological tools that will support you during this time of remote instruction. Resources are available at canvas.fiu.edu/coronavirus.
For support with Canvas, please visit the FIU Canvas Help Center at canvas.fiu.edu/support or call 305-348-3630 for 24/7 phone support. You may also contact the Academic Continuity workgroup by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Faculty Resource Centers at both MMC (GL 150) and BBC (ACI – 148) are available for walk-in support. The BBC center is open Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The MMC center has extended hours Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Training opportunities for faculty in Canvas, Zoom and other technology tools can be found canvas.fiu.edu/training/faculty.
Your academic unit leadership and dean’s designee (listed below) is available to work with you to document your course continuity plan and report back to university leadership and the academic continuity team. You may also reach out to her/him directly to receive support and guidance.